Species in California are being abandoned to die in the heat

It has been claimed that wildlife in California is being abandoned to die in the scorching heat as lakes dry up due to the current megadrought.

Aquatic species residing in two specific lakes in Bakersfield—one at River Walk Park and another at Kern River Parkway.

Are being left without a home as water levels continue to decrease, according KGET.

"This is the driest it's been in 1200 years," Richard O'Neil, head of the Kern River Parkway Foundation, told the news site.

"This is a three-year drought but it stretches beyond that. It's one drought following the other drought."

All of California's 58 counties are under a moderate to severe drought. 

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Many tree species in the United States are in danger. 

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